Super Hot Flying Goose Sriracha is not for the faint hearted! Thailand's favourite Flying Goose Sriracha chilli sauce has added even more chillies for a fiery mouth-tingling experience.
This famous Thai Sriracha Sauce is used as a condiment for spicying up food and as a food ingredient and dipping sauce.
Flying Goose Sriracha with extra garlic is the ultimate hot sauce for garlic lovers. Thailand’s most famous brand of Sriracha chilli sauces is enriched with spicy garlic, bringing extra garlicky pungency to grilled meat, kebabs, sandwiches, noodles and stews.
Sriracha, made from sun ripened chiles, is ready to use in soups, sauces, pasta, pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers, chow mein or on anything to add a delicious, spicy taste.
The Flying Goose super sour sriracha is made from sun-dried chillies, garlic and distilled vinegar. Sriracha sauce is named after the coastal Thai city, Sriracha, and has distinctively hot-clean Thai flavours. Flying Goose brand’s super sour sriracha is best as an accompaniment to meat, where the extra acidic notes cut through the fattiness.
Flying Goose Sriracha with Lemongrass is Thailand’s most famous chilli sauce, but with added Thai citric-floral notes. The lemongrass sriracha is a little milder than the other Flying Goose sauces, letting the lemongrass flavours shine through Ideal with fish and seafood.
Introducing Flying Goose, the hottest sauce brand in town.In 1999, our premium Thai sauce brand “Flying Goose” arrived, with the aim of raising the standard of hot sauce and to deliver food fans the maximum level of deliciousness to complement any delicacy.,
Introducing Flying Goose, the hottest sauce brand in town.In 1999, our premium Thai sauce brand “Flying Goose” arrived, with the aim of raising the standard of hot sauce and to deliver food fans the maximum level of deliciousness to complement any delicacy.
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